Nagpur: In its resolve to speed up the examination procedure and digitilise its implementation, Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University (RTMNU) has set up one of its kind and probably the biggest ‘Onscreen Valuation Centre’ in the country.
This endeavour is on the lines of the IT reforms suggessted by the Rajesh Agrawal committee. Earlier this year the university had started answersheet scanning centre at the Pariksha bhavan with a capacity of 120 scanners.
“The fully airconditioned ‘Onscreen Valuation Centre’ has come up on the third floor of the Pariksha bhavan. There are 272 computers installed here for the valuation purpose with a capacity of 16000 answersheets valuation per day,” informed pro-vice chancellor of RTMNU Dr Pramod Yeole in a press conference on Wednesday.
Those prominently present were Registrar Puran Meshram, BCUD Director DK Agrawal, COE Niraj Khatty and Pro Shyam Dhond.
Dr Yeole further informed that other than Arts, Commerce and Social Sciences valuation of all the professional courses will be done onscreen. This will be the third onscreen centre in the university and probabaly the biggest in the country.